Pastor Timothy Robinson was welcomed to Trinity in July of 2021.
I was born in Rochester, New York, in 1981. My family (including my 4 older siblings) moved to Jonesville when I was 3 years old because my dad wanted to pursue ministry in the area where his ancesors lived. I graduated from Lee High School and began working in the state and federal prison system including Wallens Ridge State Prison. I even moved to Louisiana for about a year as part of a promotion, and it was there that I accepted my call to ministry. I quit the prison system in order to earn my Bachelor in Human Services and Counseling from Lindsey Wilson. During this time, I spent a few years pulpit filling, volunteered as a chaplain through Lee County Community Hospital, and even served as supply pastor at Appalachia UMC. I began Asbury Seminary in 2015, and after spending a school year on campus, I was led to move back to Virginia to pastor the Ewing Circuit while completing my degree. I married by beautiful wife Nicole in 2017 who later joined me in Virginia. I will graduate with my Master in Divinity on May 22nd and I couldn't be more excited to finally be completed. I enjoy being outside either hiking, doing yardwork, or cruising in my Mustang. I hope that you don't come to church too hungry as I tend to use food illustrations in sermons quite often.